For the fourth time in seven years, the Kings Super Market has agreed to be sold. Maybe this time, the sale will go through. A horse’s tale: Teen tells story of her ‘Wonder Pony’ Pioneer PressSun, 02 Apr 2006 10:59 AM PDT It’s a wonder 5-year-old Lauren Thoma of Annandale found Bailey, “The Wonder Pony,” at all. The thin, dirty-yellow little mare turned up in a semitrailer of cattle delivered to a meat-packing plant. No one ever figured out how she got mixed up in the South Dakota herd and loaded onto the truck. But once discovered, she was rescued by a Minnesota stable owner and given to Lauren who, like many Retirement project is a ‘not for sale’ boat The Herald-MailSun, PDT Maybe when the time comes to christen her, John Cook can name his old fiberglass boat “Not for Sale.” After all, that’s what’s been emblazoned in paint on the starboard side of the boat for a while, as anyone who has driven north on Sharpsburg Pike likely knows. Parcels of Davenport land is for sale Quad-City TimesSat, 01 Apr 2006 8:53 PM PST Four parcels of city-owned land will be offered for sale along a Davenport street on which 12,500 vehicles travel daily. These four lots in the 1400 block of Harrison Street are among more than 100 identified in 2004 for possible sale as a way to raise city revenues and reduce maintenance costs. Sonics ownership group meeting to talk sale Sports IllustratedSat, 01 Apr 2006 6:59 PM PST Howard Schultz is standing at the entrance of a path other Seattle sports owners have threatened to travel — the road out of town.
The last picture show? Centre Daily TimesSat, 01 Apr 2006 4:50 PM PST COLLEGE TOWNSHIP — The nights of drive-in movies at the Starlite Drive-In Theatre may be numbered. After nearly 20 years on the market, a contract of sale for 25 acres of land that surrounds the drive-in has been reached, said owner Tom Songer, principal with the Torron Group. Plant sale, ‘Flea-Spree’ to aid local Audubon Society Orlando SentinelSun, 02 Apr 2006 0:26 AM PST The fundraiser in Winter Haven on Saturday will feature native plants and butterfly gardens. One need only to venture out to most big stores to know it’s that time of year. Lease sale includes ferret habitat Casper Star-TribuneSun, 02 Apr 2006 0:10 AM PST DENVER (AP) — Nearly 197,000 acres of federal land up for oil and gas leasing in Colorado include habitat for endangered black-footed ferrets and sites where management plans are still in the works, according to environmentalists and the Bureau of Land Management. Pony ranch sale spurs rumors Billings GazetteSun, 02 Apr 2006 0:02 AM PST PONY — A swanky, gated golf course community, 500 homes, a luxury resort and spa — these are among the rumors that abound surrounding a developer’s plans for a foothills ranch surrounding this town.
Chattanoogan: Steve Daugherty’s Red Bank Jam Sessions The ChattanooganSun, 02 Apr 2006 1:46 PM PDT On a typical day in Mountain Music an acoustic instrument store on Dayton Boulevard, owner Steve Daughtery casually picks old melodies with anyone who stops by to join him for a “jam session.”